The Old Dairy Brewery
The ODB Story
Our story began early in 2010, when the brewery was set up in an old milking parlour deep in the Kent countryside. The Old Dairy Brewery was an immediate success, building a loyal fan base among ale enthusiasts who appreciated our finely crafted recipes, locally sourced ingredients and interesting variety of beer styles. Our beers are brewed with hops grown locally by Hukins Hops – just 3 miles away!
We soon outgrew the milking parlour and in mid 2014 built a new brewery inside two World War II Nissen buildings just off the High Street in Tenterden, Kent. Not for nothing is this pretty market town known as the ‘Jewel in the Weald’, and our brewery enjoys beautiful views over the rolling hills of the surrounding countryside.
We also have a brewery shop where you can view the brewery and buy some of our delicious beers in bottles or draft to enjoy at home. Why not come and see for yourself?
The ODB Philosophy
We passionately believe in brewing an exceptional range of very enjoyable and drinkable beers across a broad range of styles. We aim to use only the best and freshest ingredients, many of which are available from local farms on our doorstep. Our beers range from extremely quaffable best bitters, pale ales, American pale ale, stouts and IPA’s to an excellent array of seasonal brews. We also take great delight in brewing the more challenging Imperial Russian Stouts, Double Hopped IPA’s, Fresh Hop beers, Wild Hop beers, Vintage beers and historic recipe beers – there’s always plenty going on at the Old Dairy Brewery!
Old Dairy Brewery beers are available to purchase in many pubs, bars, restaurants, farms shops and more across the south-east. Of course, you can also visit our on-site brewery shop to stock up too, or browse our range of beers and other ODB merchandise in our online shop.
Note: Please check availability of Old Dairy beers before visiting
Our Brewery Shop is open
Monday – Thursday: 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Friday: 9.00 am – 10.30 pm
Saturday: 10.00 am – 10.30 pm
Sunday: 12.00 – 4.00 pm
(closed Bank Holidays)